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What is True Wealth ?

True Wealth is So Much More Than Money

The majority of people think of the word ‘wealth’ in terms of finances only but this is a narrow view of what it means to be wealthy. Wealth consists of every area within one’s life — health, relationships, finances, time, so on and so forth.

There are 4 types of wealth:
Financial wealth (Money)Social wealth (Status)Time wealth (Freedom)Physical wealth (Health) The majority of people chase money and status at the expense of freedom and health. In the short term, this “works” somewhat to the favor of the individual but in the long term, it produces nasty consequences.

Be careful of the system which tempt you in with financial wealth (money) and social wealth (status), but rob you of time wealth (freedom) and physical wealth (health).

Sources:
https://medium.com/@zaiderrr/the-4-types-of-wealth-that-you-must-know-about-91350b421f1dhttps://www.tonyrobbins.com/podcasts/what-is-true-wealth/http://richhabits.net/true-wealth-is-about-much-more-than-money/ W…

Are you doing right things?

Where is your concentration ?
Are you concentrating on doing things right or doing right things ?

Doing things right will keep you going.
Doing right things will make you move in right direction.

Both are important; but with out doing right things, doing things right will keep you busy (you might even be very satisfied) and you might land in a wrong place.

Dong things right and not doing right things might give you short term results but will fail you in the long term.

So, make sure that you are doing right things before you start doing any thing.

"Management is Doing Things Right, Leadership is Doing the Right Things" ~ Peter F Drucker

Don't just manage your life and work. Lead your life and work.

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Speed matters

Why working quickly is more important than it seems ?

The obvious benefit to working quickly is that you’ll finish more stuff per unit time. But there’s more to it than that.
If you work quickly, the cost of doing something new will seem lower in your mind. So you’ll be inclined to do more.

The general rule seems to be: Systems which eat items quickly are fed more items. Slow systems starve.

What’s true of individual people turns out also to be true of whole organizations.
If customers find out that you take two months to frame photos, they’ll go to another frame shop. If contributors discover that you’re slow to merge pull requests, they’ll stop contributing. Unresponsive systems are sad. They’re like buildings grown over with moss. They’re a kind of memento mori. People would rather be reminded of life. They’ll leave for places that get back to them quickly.

Part of the activation energy required to start any task comes from the picture you get in your head when you imagine doing it. 

Who owns your life ?

As long as you worry about what others think of you, you are owned by them.
You own your life only when you don’t need approval from others.

“Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.” – Lao Tzu

People Pleasing Hides the Real You.

Don't Change So People Will Like You - Be Yourself and the Right People Will Love the Real You.


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